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Le 26 October 2017, 08:24 dans Humeurs 0

Porscha corset style bra Starr Lingerie Launches Adolescent Apparel Collection

Breaking the boundaries of womens bikinis sale women's intimate apparel, Porscha Starr Lingerie will launch the first adolescent apparel collection in the United States. In the past retailers have failed to present a comfortable selection that is not only socially acceptable by parents but age appropriate for its target market. The Porscha Starr, Starrlett collection, is an adolescent apparel collection designed for young girls ages 8 to 15 to illustrate the playful, fun, and "girly" aspects of the Porscha Starr brand.

Porscha Starr suit underwear Lingerie, a lingerie company based out of Los Angeles California, was founded in April of 2011. Porscha Starr is well known for its sexy, edgy, alluring, futuristic, fashion forward designs. However this line is NOT to be confused with lingerie. The Starrlett collection is a charming, appealing and most important an age appropriate line fashioned specifically for young girls. Each piece is catered for the various stages and activities of a young tween. For young girls between the ages of 8 to 11 pieces from this collection can be used as the perfect ensemble for dance, gymnastics and pageantry related activities. Other features provide young girls items for sleepovers and comfortable loungeware. For the pre-teen and teenage clientele the Starrlett Collection offers a smooth transition into becoming a young lady with a fashion forward approach to the training bra. Staying true to the signature Porscha Starr style pre-teen and teenage pieces are not your traditional cotton bralette or camisole. The collection offers fashion forward, chic, futuristic designs that are useful and cater to their body type.

The purpose and vision of the Starrlett collection is to create an opportunity for mothers to feel comfortable and confident shopping with young girls and teens for adolescent apparel. "I wanted to create mother daughter bonding time by designing a line for young girls and making a one stop shop" stated Porscha Woodard CEO and Founder of Porscha Starr. Woodard continued to say "there isn't a high-fashion brand for young girls that is fashion forward but still age appropriate, caters to their maturity while supporting their transition into becoming a young lady; that needs to be changed." Porscha Starr Lingerie presents the Starrlett adolescent apparel collection. It's adorable, playful, fun and the first of its kind in America! Be the first to feature the collection.

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Le 26 October 2017, 08:24 dans Humeurs 0

Cyber gangs catch Internet porn watchers ‘in wholesale halloween costumes their underwear’, demand ransom for return of PCcontrol

A pornography swimwear manufacturer China consumer who called the police in tears is among hundreds of Australians whose computers have been hacked by cyber criminals while viewing adult websites.

According to Fairfax, foreign gangs wholesale swimwear have been holding porn consumers ransom after infecting their PCs with viruses known as ransomware, which includes the ukash, reveton and trojan.ransomlock viruses.

The cyber criminals, who falsely claim to be members of the Australian Federal Police, kidnap a computer users data and demand a ransom for its return,

In this case, they have reportedly been activating the webcams on the users computers.

The viruses lock the desktop and post an incriminating image of the person on their screen before warning they have breached federal laws relating to child pornography, copyright or privacy, Fairfax reports.

The hackers then demand the victims pay a fine of $100 or $199 using a credit card or money transfer service.

They are threatened that if they dont pay the fine within 72 hours, data files on the computer can be encrypted or wiped.

But even if a consumer pays a ransom for this kind of attack, its no guarantee they will regain control of their computer.

There has reportedly been a flood of calls from victims to the police and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.

Weve taken some very interesting calls. Some people are very open, while others swear they have been hacked while using Facebook. We had one guy who was almost in tears because they were caught in their underpants, a police source told Fairfax.

AFP cybercrime operations manager Commander Glen McEwan said the Australian Federal Police does not solicit funds and that these threats are not associated with the AFP.

The AFP were last year forced to issue a similar warning about a cyber attack from hackers claiming to be from the AFP after an epidemic of ransomware attacks swept across the world.

Commander McEwan urged victims to report any cyber fraud to the ACCC website SCAMwatch.

This comes after two South Australian businesses reported being victims of an Internet extortion scam, prompting a police warning over ransomware attacks, in December.

Ransomware is a type of malicious software (malware) used to lock a compromised computer – often encrypting data on the system and preventing it being accessed by its rightful owner, police said at the time.

Once a system has been accessed and compromised, the criminal behind the malware will demand payment to unlock or decrypt the data.

Last year there was a spate of Internet extortion attempts reported to police, where hackers steal or encrypt private data, or claim to have done so, and demand payment for its return.

Last year Eastern European-based hackers targeted a Byron Bay primary school, encrypting its records and demanding $5000 to unlock them.

A Gold Coast medical centre targeted by Russian hackers In December month were issued a demand for a $4000 ransom to decrypt sensitive information on a server.

A bus company in Foster, NSW, was hit in a similar attack the previous month.

A study by computer security firm NCC Group found a dramatic increase in hacking last year.

The Origin of Hacks report found there were more than 1 billion hacking attempts worldwide in the final quarter of 2012, which was an increase for the fourth quarter in a row.

Symantecs report Ransomware: A Growing Menace released In November found that the style of cyber attack had spread from Eastern Europe this year.

The malware is highly profitable with as many as 2.9 per cent of compromised users paying out, the report said.

Symantec said a conservative estimate was that ransomware cyber gangs were extorting $5 million a year but said the actual figure was probably much higher.